A court hearing is planned for today regarding shoes that were seized from the apartment of LSU quarterback Jordan Jefferson.

Jefferson's attorney Lewis Unglesby claims the shoes have been deemed useless and ought to be given back.  He also says detectives are withholding the search warrant affidavit that permitted the shoes to be seized and he wants Baton Rouge Police to explain why they took the shoes.  Police took the shoes and DNA samples from Jefferson and reserve linebacker Josh Johns after the two were arrested last month for their alleged parts in a fight outside a bar that left four people injured.